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Elevate is going to summer camp!
Welcome! We are super excited to partner with both Camp Shamineau and Trout Lake Camp to offer summer camps for Elevate kids in grades 1-5. Both camps have created incredible programs and activities for kids to grow in their faith and build relationships throughout the week.
Activities include swimming, rock climbing, cabin activities, zip lining, playing ballfield games, and an incredible daily chapel time!
Trout Lake Camp
July 7-13, 2019
Pine River, MN
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Campers will be dropped off at camp on Sunday, and picked up on Friday. On Friday, parents and guardians picking up their kids are invited to join them for a closing chapel, after which all kids will be dismissed to pick up their belongings.
When you register, you will enter the names of those who are allowed to pick up your kid from camp. Anyone not listed on the registration form will not be able to pick up your kid.
Eagle Brook will not be providing transportation to camp or returning. Families are responsible for dropping off and picking up their kids at camp. You may want to carpool with another family to cut down on how much you have to drive.
All camp staff have been background-checked, vetted, trained in working with kids, and hired for the purpose of leading and counseling elementary-aged kids. For security reasons, non-camp staff, including parents, are not permitted to be on-site at camp. If a family emergency arises during the week, parents must check in at the front desk of camp, where someone will page their kid(s).
Both Camp Shamineau and Trout Lake Camps have a professional nurse on camp at all times, as well as several EMT’s and other medically trained staff. Each of the counseling staff is also trained for emergencies.
If a child needs medication, it must be noted on the registration form, and given to the nurse at drop-off. The camp nurse will connect with kids as often as needed to distribute their medication. Kids may not carry their own medication, aside from special circumstances such as inhalers.
Campers’ money is kept in a “Camper Bank,” which is maintained by camp’s full time staff. This prevents it from being lost or taken. Campers may withdraw money if they want to buy something, and any money remaining at the end of the week will be sent home with the parents.
Both camps work to accommodate all of kids’ health needs when it comes to food. Gluten free and dairy free options are provided, and drinking water is strongly encouraged at each meal.
What To Bring
- Sleeping Bag and Pillow
- Summer outdoor clothes
- Warm jackets or sweats for nighttime
- Toothpaste/brush, other toiletries
- Tennis shoes
- Beach towel
- Shower Towel
- Shower shoes or flip flops
- Water bottle
What Not To Bring
- Electronics, including music players.
- Cell phones may not be used by campers. In case of emergencies, camp staff have cell phones, and there is a phone in the main office.